Home » Martin Fayulu calls for dialogue under the auspices of the Church Fathers

Martin Fayulu calls for dialogue under the auspices of the Church Fathers

by admin
Martin Fayulu calls for dialogue under the auspices of the Church Fathers

The president of the Commitment for Citizenship and Development (Ecidé), Martin Fayulu requested a dialogue under the leadership of the Spiritual Fathers of the church and launched the operation “A bread for the internally displaced” following the war which is raging in eastern Congo. An option lifted at the end of the meetings of his political party organized from Friday March 1 to Tuesday March 5 under the theme: “Let’s save the DRC from danger”.

After an in-depth analysis of the national political and security situation, the National Council of Écidé made public its resolutions, aimed at removing the moribund Congo from its hospital bed stamped with insecurity.

“As a sign of solidarity with displaced fellow citizens, the National Council urges the National Office of Écidé to launch the operation: Bread for the internally displaced. Given the extent of the national disunity resulting from the electoral hold-up of 2018 and the sham elections of 2023, the National Council of Écidé invites the National Office to seek the involvement of the Spiritual Fathers of the country to facilitate discussions between daughters and sons of the country around the theme *Truth-reconciliation-national cohesion*. The objective is to mobilize the Congolese for national cohesion by organizing large-scale demonstrations in the country and in the diaspora in order to affirm our determination to protect the territorial integrity of the country” we can read in this document official.

The political party of the opponent Martin Fayulu calls for “the rapid lifting of the state of siege in the provinces of North Kivu and Ituri, the strengthening of operational support to the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo ( FARDC), by providing them with the necessary resources for their operations, by optimizing the chain of command and improving the living conditions of soldiers and their families,” the correspondence informs.

L’Écidé also called for the issuance of an international arrest warrant against the identified leaders of the March 23 Movement (M23).

See also  Thousands of books reach Ukrainian children to relieve their devastated libraries


Furthermore, this political organization said no to the Addis Ababa framework agreement and warned the current President of the Republic, Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi against
“any inclination to conclude agreements aimed at concealing the invasion of the east of the country by forces supported by the aggressor” and demands economic and financial sanctions against the Rwanda of Paul Kagame and the Uganda of Yoweri Museveni respectively power in 2000 and 1986.

In addition, Ecidé is keen to strengthen diplomatic and economic relations with Burundi, Tanzania, Zambia, Angola, the Republic of Congo, the CAR and South Sudan; the adoption of an international embargo on the sale of minerals by Rwanda, of which its subsoil is not abundant, as well as the establishment of an International Criminal Court (ICT) responsible for judging crimes committed in the DRC since 1997 , including those mentioned in the Mapping report.


In its resolutions, this party, which places citizen engagement and development at the center in the face of insecurity in Kwamouth in the province of Maï-Ndombe, demanded an in-depth investigation to determine the causes, those responsible and the solutions.

The question of reducing the lifestyle of state institutions was also raised to reallocate resources towards security efforts and assistance to disaster victims and displaced people in North Kivu, Ituri and Maï-Ndombe. .

For more than two decades, the eastern part of the DRC has been plagued by violence, rape, killings, pillaging of soil and subsoil resources.
Rwanda, under the cover of the M23 terrorist group, and Uganda are behind these crimes against a backdrop of the hypocrisy of certain Western chancelleries.

The European Union (EU) signed a memorandum of understanding with Rwanda on February 19 to promote the development of sustainable and resilient value chains for raw materials. This sparked a general outcry among Congolese public opinion. .

See also  What comes with the National Plan

Nesta Stones

You may also like

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy